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Aalberts Surface Treatment GmbH - Surface coating in Berlin

Aalberts Surface Treatment GmbH - Surface coating in Berlin

Our consistently high quality wins the trust of our customers. Aalberts Surface Treatment GmbH (the German equivalent of "Ltd ") is your partner in Berlin when it comes to surface coating, corrosion and wear protection for your technical components. And there are many more surface properties that our surface treatment company is able to produce!

Welcome to Berlin

location Berlin

"Stern-Radio", under this name radio sets were produced in the GDR. The main plant in Berlin-Marzahn also included the electroplating manufacturing plant in the present-day Springpfuhl industrial estate, which was acquired by the AHC almost two years after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1991. Since then, a consistent path of modernization and automation has been taken, which continues to this day. Since 2019 we have been offering surface coating technology in Berlin as part of the Aalberts Group, including:

  • color anodizing of metals (aluminum)
  • hard coating,
  • electroless nickel plating,
  • plasma chemical coating.

Except for one manual electroplating system, all surface technology coating systems in Berlin today are fully automatic, including the documentation of all process parameters.

The Aalberts surface treatment plant in Berlin offers surface technology produced in a 3-shift operation with around 80 employees and regularly trains surface coaters.

Our surface treatment services in Berlin

anodic plant

Hard anodizing solution in Berlin with HART-COAT®

The HART-COAT® process, or HC for short, is an electrolytic treatment of aluminum that results in the formation of a hard and thick layer of aluminum oxide. With the HART-COAT® surface refinements, we hard anodize workpieces in Berlin for which a high degree of corrosion protection, wear resistance, dimensional accuracy, sliding behavior or insulation is required. HART-COAT® coatings are characterized by good adhesion to the base material. Compared to conventional anodized coatings, HART-COAT® coatings are thicker and more wear-resistant.

HART-COAT® surface refinement is used in almost all technical areas in which aluminum parts are subject to special functional requirements.

  • process variants
    • HC for wrought aluminum alloys and for sand and gravity die casting
    • HC-CU for aluminum alloys with high copper content
    • HC-GD for aluminum die casting alloys
  • fields of application

    Through use of the HART-COAT® process in Berlin, we mainly anodize components from these customer fields: Automotive engineering, office technology, data technology, power engineering, household appliance industry, food industry, mechanical engineering, medical equipment construction, measurement technology, pharmaceutical industry, defense industry.

    Our HART-COAT® process follows the standards listed here (extract):

    • MIL-A-8625 (US Defense)
    • DIN 17611
    • VW TL 212

    (Process-related restrictions may result in deviation from the norm)

  • application examples

    Examples of components hard-anodized using the HART-COAT® process are: Surgical instruments, nozzles, housings, holding devices, levers, insulating pins, camera parts, clamping devices, pistons, coupling parts, bearing rollers, cam discs, rollers, coils, valves, gear wheels and racks, cylinder heads, bushings.

electroless nickle-plating plant

Electroless nickel plating in Berlin with DURNI-COAT®

DURNI-COAT® is a process for the chemical nickel plating of metals (electroless nickel). In this process, the electroless nickel coating in Berlin takes place as chemical deposition without an external power source.

The performance spectrum of DURNI-COAT® electroless nickel coatings ranges from chemical resistance, dimensional accuracy and optimum sliding properties to electrical conductivity and increased hardness. The coatings are deposited uniformly and true to contour. This ensures optimum finishing even for geometrically complex components.

Electroless nickel plating in Berlin with DURNI-COAT® is suitable for surface finishing of all low-alloy ferritic steels, cast iron materials, stainless steels, non-ferrous metals such as copper, brass or bronze, aluminum alloys and sintered metal materials.

The three most demanded properties in the application of electroless nickel coatings are wear protection, corrosion resistance and contour fidelity. This is followed by solderability, favourable friction behavior, high ductility and certain magnetic properties.

  • process variants
    • Corrosion and wear resistant
    • DNC 471/571 for steel
    • DNC-Al 520 for aluminum and aluminum alloys
  • fields of application

    The customer industries for DURNI-COAT® -refined components include, among others: Valve construction, automotive engineering, mining, office technology, chemical industry, data technology, railway technology, electrical engineering, energy technology, aircraft construction, household appliance industry, hydraulic industry, communication technology, food industry, mechanical engineering, medical equipment construction, measuring technology, pharmaceutical industry, pneumatics industry.

    Our DURNI-COAT® process follows the standards listed here (extract):

    • DIN EN ISO 4527

    (Process-related restrictions may result in deviation from the norm)

  • application examples

    Examples of components chemically nickel-plated using the DURNI-COAT® process are: Wastewater technology components, drive units, fittings, nozzles, printing machine components, vehicle parts, filter housings, guide bushings, gear parts, flaps, pump bodies for natural gas and crude oil applications, vibration stressed components, textile machine parts, valves, compressors, packaging machine parts.

Technical anodizing

Technical anodizing solution in Berlin

Technical anodizing is a coating for the functional, but also decorative finishing of aluminum and aluminum sheets. The coating is carried out in an acid electrolyte at temperatures slightly below room temperature. The workpiece is connected as an anode. In the course of the treatment, the workpiece surface is converted into a porous (dense), hard and wear-resistant aluminum oxide layer. Sealing closes the pores and greatly improves corrosion resistance. The layer thickness varies between 10 and 30 µm depending on the application and alloy.

Technically anodized aluminum parts and sheets offer increased corrosion and wear protection in almost all industries.

  • fields of application

    Our coating company offers anodized aluminum services in Berlin to customers from various industries, including the construction industry, chemical industry, computer industry, electrical engineering, vehicle construction, household appliances and goods, lighting industry, aerospace industry, mechanical engineering, medical technology, furniture and fittings industry, optics/precision engineering, sports and camping industry, textile industry.

    Technical anodizing is also used as a corrosion undercoating before painting components that are used near the sea.

    Our technical anodizing process follows the standards listed here (extract):

    • MIL-A-8625 (US Defense)
    • DIN 17611
    • DIN EN 2284
    • VW TL 212

    (Process-related restrictions may result in deviation from the norm)

  • application examples

    Examples of components anodized according to the technical anodizing process are: Housings, covers, frames, plates, rings.

magnesium pipes

Plasma chemical coating solution in Berlin with KEPLA-COAT®

KEPLA-COAT® is a plasma chemical coating for the refinement of aluminum and titanium alloys.

The KEPLA-COAT® coating protects aluminum and titanium from wear and corrosion and, due to its surface structure, enables the absorption of lubricants as well as subsequent workpiece treatments such as varnishing or impregnation.

In addition to excellent wear protection, KEPLA-COAT® offers absolute contour accuracy, dimensional accuracy and hardness. KEPLA-COAT®-coated substrates have a considerably higher fatigue strength than substrates with comparable layers.

The layers resist aggressive gases such as chlorine and boron trichloride. In addition, KEPLA-COAT® guarantees very good sliding properties, especially in combination with PTFE or other dry lubricants.

  • fields of application

    On our Berlin manufacturing site, we offer plasma chemical coating services using KEPLA-COAT® to customers from various industries, including among others: Automotive engineering, data processing, electronics, power engineering, communication technology, food industry, aerospace industry, optical industry, mechanical engineering, medical device construction, vacuum technology.

    Our KEPLA-COAT® process follows the standards listed here (extract):

    • ECSS-Q-ST-70-03 (ESA)

    (Process-related restrictions may result in deviation from the norm)

  • application examples

    Aluminum components coated with KEPLA-COAT® in Berlin can be used in a variety of ways: they serve, for example, as geometrically complex rotors in turbo-molecular pumps. There, the crack- and pore-free layer of the workpiece prevents the penetration of reaction gases and thus provides the necessary protection against plasma etching processes, while at the same time withstanding the mechanical stress of extremely high speeds. KEPLA-COAT®-coated aluminum materials are also used as sealing rings, fixing discs, rollers, drums or cylinder tubes.

    Due to their high light absorption capacity, black KEPLA-COAT® coatings are suitable for optical parts, diaphragms or radiant heaters, for example.

magnesium rim

Plasma chemical coating solution in Berlin with MAGOXID-COAT®

MAGOXID-COAT® is a plasma chemical coating for the refinement of magnesium alloys.

The MAGOXID-COAT® coating composite protects magnesium alloys against wear and corrosion and, due to its surface structure, enables the absorption of lubricants as well as subsequent workpiece treatments such as painting or impregnation.

The plasma chemical process leads to crystalline oxide ceramic layers which, in addition to high wear and corrosion protection, also meet other requirements such as hardness, contour accuracy, flexural fatigue strength, dimensional stability or temperature resistance.

  • fields of application

    We offer plasma chemical coating services in Berlin using MAGOXID-COAT® to customers from various industries, including: Automotive engineering, fittings manufacturing, office technology, data processing, power engineering, household appliance industry, communication technology, food industry, aerospace industry, optical industry.

  • application examples

    Magnesium is the lightest metal in the field of construction materials. MAGOXID-COAT® optimally combines the versatility of magnesium materials with a broad spectrum of coating properties. The coating enables the use of treated magnesium products in various areas.

    Magnesium components are coated with MAGOXID-COAT® white to protect them from wear and corrosion. MAGOXID-COAT® white can also be painted subsequently (e.g. rims for sports cars, bicycles and wheelchairs).

Industries & Applications

  • Aerospace

    Aerospace


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  • Automotive Industry

    Automotive Industry


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  • Mechanical Engineering

    Mechanical Engineering


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  • Medical Technology

    Medical Technology

    • Surgical instruments (HART-COAT®)

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  • Food Industry

    Food Industry


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  • Oil & Gas Industry

    Oil & Gas Industry


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  • Packaging Industry

    Packaging Industry

    • packaging machine parts (DURNI-COAT®)
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  • Printing Industry

    Printing Industry

    • printing machine components (DURNI-COAT®)
    • printing rollers (DURNI-COAT®)
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  • Optical Industry

    Optical Industry


  • Defense Technology

    Defense Technology


  • In this plant, workpieces are refined using the KEPLA-COAT® (aluminum and titanium) and MAGOXID-COAT® (magnesium materials).

  • Magnesium rim coated with MAGOXID-COAT®

  • Plasma chemical coating

  • Plasma chemical coating

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Aalberts Surface Treatment GmbH

Coswiger Straße 16
12681 Berlin
Germany

Tel. +49 30 549904 0

Fax: +49 30 549904 20

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Claudia Schreer

assistant to the managing director

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Thorsten Häusermann

service center supervisor

Tel. +49 30 549904 33

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Christiane Plener

general plant management / customer service

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